Many distributors come here with an argument of “try the juice” under the theory that you shouldn’t knock it until you try it. I know a couple dozen other people who have tried the juice. All felt nothing. Why? Because it is the juice of fruit. That means that if you start out with a bowl of fruit, and took out the good stuff like most of the fiber, vitamins, and minerals, you’d have juice – just like MonaVie. Ever look at a MonaVie nutritional label? It is essentially empty. The reason why the people I know feel nothing on MonaVie is because they understand that it can’t possibly be better than fruit with all the good stuff stripped out. Furthermore there are many frequent commenters here who have tried the juice and found nothing.
In addition to that, the “try MonaVie” argument fails when you consider there are more than 5000 products in any VitaminWorld or GNC. Is it possible to try all those? Do you have the millions of dollars to try them all over time? If you did try them all, and you felt “something” (as most distributors refer to whatever MonaVie is mysteriously supposed to do), how would you know which product caused it (or if it was caused by a slight change in diet or weather or something else)?
There are two reasons why some people claim that they feel “something” with MonaVie. One of them is called the placebo effect. It’s like when a mom kisses a four-year-olds boo-boo to make it better. The four-year-old says he feels better. MonaVie distributors want to believe that the juice does something, because it gives them hope that it is the solution to their (and their friends and families) money and health concerns. It’s a good fairy tale, but unfortunately the scientific evidence doesn’t back it up. Other MonaVie distributors are simply lying because they realize that people aren’t going to pay the $45 retail price of MonaVie on taste alone (since Men’s Journal Proved MonaVie Lacks Nutrition.
If the product really does do anything, then let’s see how it sells on a retail shelf. There’s too much bias from MonaVie distributors looking to make money pitching as some kind of magical elixir that makes people feel better (for some completely unknown reason). You might as well make a tin foil hat to feel better.
Originally posted 2010-09-04 15:21:56. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThe above article is intended to be accurate at the time of its original posting. MonaVie may change its pricing, product, or other policies at any time without notice.
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